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Applies to:

 Machine Operators.

Objective:

It is to provide the systematic procedure on how to operate and wash the espresso machine.

Policy or Handbook Reference

Refer to owner’s manual.

Pre-Requisites

Prior to use, inspect machine and electrical cords for visible damage

 

Introduction        

The main aim of this report is to provide the systematic procedure on how to handle, operate and wash the espresso machine.

Definitions and term references       

Espresso machine – The espresso coffee machine is strictly for professional use only. It is designed for the preparation of hot drinks such as tea, cappuccinos and espresso coffee, etc.

 

Completing the work effort for the espresso machine

Step

Instruction

Illustration

Expected Result

 

Installation and Operating guide

 

 

1

Before starting the machine, make sure that the level of water in the boiler is higher than the minimum level on the level-check window (1).

 

2

Open the water tap of the water mains

 

 

3

Turn the switch to position “1” (electrical power supplied to the pump for automatic boiler filling and machine services) and wait for the boiler to be automatically filled with water.

 

4

Turn the switch to position “2” (full electrical power supplied, including the heating element in the boiler) and wait for the machine to warm up completely.

 

 

5

Insert the pod into the filter holder

 

6

Hook the filter holder to the group without closing it too tightly in order to avoid excessive wear of the seal

 

 

7

Dispensing Coffee.

 

• put the coffee cup under the dispensing spout;

• press the desired dose button (1) and wait for coffee to be delivered (the LED

comes on);

• to stop the delivery of coffee in advance, press the delivery button again or press

the STOP button;

• In the event of anomalies or if the push button panel is locked, use the manual switch.

 

8

To dispense hot water, turn the tap knob (1) counter-clockwise: the hot water coming out of the nozzle (2) will be proportional to the opening of the tap.

 

9

Cappuccino Maker

 

• Put the suction tube (1) inside the milk ;

• insert a pod in the filter holder and attach it to the group, tightening firmly;

• put the cup under the dispensing spout of the cappuccino maker and the left filter holder;

• press the desired dose button (2) and wait for milk and coffee to be delivered (LED comes on);

• To stop delivery in advance, press the delivery button again or press the STOP button (3).

 

 

Cleaning guide

 

 

10

FILTERS and FILTER HOLDERS

Wash the seat for the pods with hot water, and remove any coffee residues with a cloth dampened with lukewarm water.

 

 

 

STEAM NOZZLES

The steam nozzles must be kept clean at all times. Check the ends of the steam nozzles and clean them monthly, clearing out the exit holes with a small needle.

 

 

11

Espresso machine should not be cleaned with a water jet or dipped in water. Use only damp cloth or sponge dipped in soapy water.

 

 

12

DISPENSING unit

 

1) Use the solid filter holder.

2) Pour the detergent on the solid filter and attach the filter holder.

3) Carry out a series of deliveries until the water comes out clean.

4) Remove the filter holder from the unit and carry out at least one delivery so as to eliminate the detergent residue.

 

 

 

 

Troubleshooting guide

 

 

 

Indication

Cause

Solution

13

MACHINE LACKING POWER

 

1) The machine power switch is in position “0” or “1”.

2) The mains power supply switch is in the OFF position.

1) Turn the machine switch to the “2” position.

2) Place the mains switch in the ON position.

14

WATER LACKING

IN BOILER

The water mains tap is closed.

Open the water mains tap.

15

TOO MUCH WATER

IN THE BOILER

Malfunction of the electrical system or hydraulic system.

Contact Technical Service.

16

NO DISPENSING

The water mains tap is closed.

Open the water mains tap.

 

 

Safety Instructions

 

 

14

  1. Never remove any body panel when the machine is supplied with electrical power.

  2. Never work on the hydraulic system before having emptied it.

  3. The high temperature of the dispensing unit may cause burns Avoid contact of the dispensing unit with the hands or other parts of the body.

  4. During cleaning, be careful of the tips of the pod perforator located inside the clamping ring of the group.

 

 

 

Expected results

This will keep the espresso machine in a good condition.